Here are just a few things I have done recently I thought I'd share. I saw this article that came across the wire yesterday that I thought would be of interest to some book readers. It is from "Time" magazine about why sometimes children's books should be a little sad. Time Two books that I... Continue Reading →
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I have read 17 of the 100– hopefully knock some more out this year!
How many have you read?
This is a first!
Brittany, a fellow book critic over at Perfectly Tolerable, has picked me, along with several others, to take part in her book tag.
The 100 Books to Read in a Lifetime list, which was compiled by the Amazon Book editors after much debate, was apparently influenced by two objectives: a) that the selection should cover “all stages of life” (hence the inclusion of children’s titles) and b) that it “didn’t feel like homework”.
It is certainly different from other lists of this type in that there are very few ‘heavy’ classics or challenging tomes included. Looking through the titles, I can see immediately that I read several of them many years ago, others more recently. A number of them are currently sitting on my overburdened book shelves (or creaking Kindle) waiting to be read (I have marked these TBR)…
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